[fiNALLY AN EXCUSE TO WRITE NORICE]
"Wrong note, Emil."
Slender, pale fingers stopped in the middle of their dance as if they were shocked by the sudden words of the man in the room. They hovered over the black and white keys before pulling away and resting on the lap of their owner. Emil, the young man that had been addressed, turned his attention to the intruder and gave him a small glare for having interrupted him. He was also rather annoyed at the fact that his teacher had the gall to call him out while he was enjoying himself. He knew he had not played a bad note, but Mr. Bondevik had a habit of correcting him even when he didn’t need it. He hated it deeply.
His piano teacher walked over to him and watched his annoyed expression before chuckling softly. He had already gotten used to that look after three years of teaching the young Icelandic man how to play the piano. He was quite surprised as to how good he was despite having no musical background. Emil was just a natural at playing the piano. Though Lukas had tried to get him to learn more instruments, Emil stayed with the piano, too stubborn to pick up any other instrument.
"I know this song by heart, Mr. Bondevik. I did not make any mistake in my playing." Emil said haughtily before turning back around to face the keys again. He closed his eyes and began to play "Canon in D" sweetly. The music filled the rather empty room, setting the peaceful atmosphere that had settled in before but had been broken when Lukas spoke. The Norwegian man smiled softly before sitting down carefully next to him, trying not to interrupt him again. He leaned in and kissed his jaw gently, earning a soft gasp from the latter.
"You play beautifully, my love~"